SAP B1 is becoming popular ERP and MRP platform for smaller and mid-size companies. For larger organizations, SAP BO may also be a good option, especially in the conduct of its subsidiaries and in international branches to be integrated to corporate ERP. In such cases the corporate ERP could be SAP high end version or MRP from dealer – Business export from SB1 is simple and typically there are no issues in setting up ongoing GL integration and consolidation. SAP Business One is very friendly interface her, and you can make your own discovery. However user training is still recommended and in this publication we would like to give you a quick orientation
1. Generic training. You can purchase such training for users of large companies, who have classroom training departments and schedules. This training gives you good and proportional introduce SB1 modules, plus deeper picture for the module selected for the class. Does although general training modules typically more features than you will end up with and it may not cover specific features, you must choose to use in daily life.
2. Detailed training. This training should be preferably with SAP Business One implementation partner and by the same consultants, who were involved in business process mapping. Precise training is closely related to your business processes and often reaches the final SAP Business One system in pilot regime with chosen Add-On, customizations, reporting.
3. Precise Business Processes mapping. At this stage you need to be sure that you selected appropriate third party modules, in SB1 world referred as add-ons. Sometimes existing add-ons do not achieve the desired functionality, in such a situation, you should ask your SAP Business One VAR or ISV to program it for you in SAP Business One SDK. About custom reports for Sap B1, you can use Crystal Reports. The advantage of CR is good pool report designers available through technology oriented SB1 resellers and integrators. Our recommendation is, before applying the add-ons and modifications, try to deploy user defined fields and features to see if you can accomplish what you need this way.